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To download your Licensed Images on your computer
Log in to Adobe account
Go to Licensed Images
Hover over your mouse on top of Licensed Image and select Save to Desktop to save on Computer.
Else choose Save to Library to save it to Cc libraries( will Show up in Photoshop CC2015)
Please refer link below for more info.
I tried to go to the links for help in downloading licensed and purchased images, and I receive a message that I am not authorized to use that page.
I am very frustrated and angry. I PAID for the images, licensed and downloaded them to my library and saved to my computer. When I open them, they still have the watermakr.
I m on a deadline I need some help that works.
Apologies for the incorrect links adding to the frustration.
I've adjusted the links that Akash posted to the more public locations.
You should now be able to click on the links for more info.
Let us know if you have trouble after attempting the the troubleshooting steps in Unable to download Adobe Stock images
[Also, I've moved this thread to our Stock forums]
This was useless. I have done all of this. The only things in my license
page are thumbnails.
I am talking to your tech support people and they do not seem to know how
to fix this either. I am FURIOUS!
Sorry about the major frustration. I understand the stress of deadlines and am asking a few more eyes to have a look at the trouble you're having.
In the meantime, can you try signing out and back into the Creative Cloud desktop app? helpx.adobe.com/creative-cloud/kb/sign-in-out-creative-cloud-desktop-app.html
This may help the Libraries panel refresh to show the license you've purchased.
If you're on the stock.adobe.com licensing page, is there no Save to>Desktop available? The following segment of this article has instructions for finding the Save To
[snip] When you've found a stock photo of interest, download its licensed version to your computer. Do the following:
Expand the Buy License And Save To... menu.
Click Save To Desktop.
Let us know if either of these steps works for now.
Yeah, sorry to hear about your troubles Susan,
I wondered, does it show as licensed on the Stock website? I was also going to suggest downloading it from the Stock website as an alternative approach like Pete suggested. If you're on a deadline that might at least be a workaround to get the product done.
person number four was a stock photo specialist and he helped me. I am now
It is important that you let people know that if they do not have
photoshop they will always have trouble with .ai files.
Great -- Glad you're setup for now, and thanks for the usability feedback regarding Photoshop and AI files.
Are you still having trouble? Is your trouble with Adobe Stock or with iStock photo?